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Angie B



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Registered: October 2004
Location: NC
Posts: 13
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I first did some cloning and copying to repair the damage. Used the patch and heal tool also for some of the brick work. Cut and copied the roof and manipulated the perspective. Found a free photo and copied the door and transformed. Copied the snow from another pic. Cloned snow to the roofs. Used a flare brush for the lights. Last used Tymoes' action for the falling snow. Added text.
· Date: 12/9/2004 · Views: 6999 · Filesize: 50.9kb, 196.1kb · Dimensions: 640 x 480 ·
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Janet Petty

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Registered: January 2004
Location: Mid-South
Posts: 2,164
12/9/2004 7:45pm

Currier and Ives pretty. What a peaceful scene. Good job. Only one question though... If you put those pretty lights around the house, why didn't you put them on the center section as well? Not a problem, just wondering.

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Lorraine

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Registered: September 2001
Location: Flemington, NJ
Posts: 219
12/10/2004 8:33am

This is excellent. You did so much work on repairing the building, and it looks fantastic. All of your additions are very well placed and blended. Great work.
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Angie B

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Registered: October 2004
Location: NC
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12/10/2004 10:22am

Thanks guys. I wanted to keep the house as original as I could, but after looking at some of the other work, I wish I had at least added a front porch. And Janet, I just didn't think of adding lights to the center, but you're right, it would look better if I had. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Neve

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Registered: July 2004
Location: Australia
Posts: 836
12/10/2004 9:59pm

Well done, excellent manipulation...and a Merry Xmas to you too....

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